This Replacement Head is made for the Wooden Dish Brush.
The bristle is made of sisal (a Mexican plant agave with large fleshy leaves) and the head is made of sustainable wood.
This stiff fiber brush is durable and ideal for all dish-washing purposes.
How to replace the head:
For the first time, it is a little stiff to bend the wires and you may need to use a pair of pliers to loosen it. After that, you can use strong fingers to squeeze the wires together, loosen the metal grip, and pop off the brush head. Put the new brush head-on and use it again.
Once worn out, the wooden head and sisal bristle can be 100% composted or buried in the backyard.
Wooden Dish Brush - Replacement Head
I love the replaceable option. It super easy to change out when the used head is done.
I was waiting to review until I actually got to use the brush and lemme tell ya, it's great! I've had compostable brushes in the past that lose their shape almost immediately after hitting hot water, and because of that aren't really that great for cleaning. But these bristles are firm enough to keep their shape, but soft enough to not scratch my pans. Will definitely be purchasing again in the future.
Great product because I can be more recycling conscience there a lil pricey but ok
I'm amazed at how well this scrubber works. Just saw a review below that uses them without the full kitchen brush handle and now I feel like they're even more useful than I thought!